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Jul 4, 2010 11:00am EDT
that making contemptuous remarks about the commander in chief is illegal in the u.s. military. it's a violation of -- >> under the uniform code of military justice it's illegal. but we're talking about breaking a law. listen -- >> let me jump in because i want to move this slightly. and let me also just say speaking for myself when someone tells me something off the record i absolutely positively can't use it, but i can go talk to ten other people and try to get somebody to say it on the record or in the background or in some form i can get it in the newspaper. jamie mcintyre, you took on lara logan on her blog about her appearance on this program and you you said that she had grievously wounded the press corps with misaimed friendly fire. you went on to say that logan had reinforced the stereotype of embed reporters who are in bed with senior military officials. but i don't see that much difference between you're telling me there's an unwritten code and her saying there's an unspoken agreement not to report everything you see in a war zone. >> well, she's right about that. and in
Jul 25, 2010 11:00am EDT
. >> an official in the u.s. agriculture department is now responding to a video that shows her making some very controversial comments about a white farmer at an naacp event back in march. >> well, a usda official in georgia has resigned after a youtube clip shows her admitting that race helped determine how much aid would be given to a white farmer. >> but the reporting changed as more facts surfaced tuesday. >> developing this morning, racially charged remarks coming back to haunt an official at the department of agriculture. >> we talked to sherrod just a few minutes ago. she told us that video does not tell the whole story. >> by the time robert gibbs and agriculture secretary tom vilsack apologized to sherrod, the media narrative had changed. >> that employee, shirley sherrod, says that the speech she gave was edited and that the point of her full speech was just the opposite. >> she was smeared by allegations of racism, lost her job, and is now being redeemed by the truth, it seems, the whole truth. >> bill o'reilly was among those admitting that he acted too quickly after seeing breitbar
Jul 11, 2010 11:00am EDT
to deny the al qaeda another base of operations for, once again, attacking u.s. soil. and number three, he was not expressing the policy of the republican party. >> of which he is chairman. >> yeah. >> now, briefly, you say he may be -- steele may be running for president. how did the rest of the media miss that? >> is this -- >> i just figure when you goof up that much you might as well run for president. no, he is -- he clearly has his mind on greater objectives than the chairmanship of the party. the chairmanship of the party, your duties are to raise money and to stay out of trouble. well, he's raised a little money, but he hasn't stayed out of trouble at all. >> he can get a much more important job, hosting a television show. he seems a natural at that. rush limbaugh also loves to stir controversy. by design. and this week he talked about the president and made a bit of news. let's take a listen. >> exactly the same thing you could say about obama. he wouldn't have been voted president if he weren't black. but somebody asked me over the weekend why does somebody earn a lot of money, h
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